Margarita Place Historic District is bounded by Thomas Road, Windsor Avenue, 15th and 16th Avenues. The Encanto 18-hole golf course wraps the small neighborhood on the west and south sides, while Encanto Park borders Margarita Place on the east. Downtown Phoenix is less than 2 miles away.
Margarita Place Historic District architectural styles and square footage hold a variety and diversification of architecture. In this neighborhood is unique as Ranch style homes from the 1940’s, 1930’s Period Revival styles, Tudor / Elizabethan, Spanish Colonials, Mission Revivals from the 1930’s and Southwest Revivals all occupy this wonderful historic district in Phoenix.
Square footage ranges from about 1,500 to 1,900 square feet on generous lot sizes. This is a very affordable historic district in central Phoenix.
The First Two Homes Built in Margarita Place Neighborhood Were in 1931
It was designated a historic district in 1999. The J.C. Adams who owned this land may have been the same J.C. Adams who arrived in Phoenix from Chicago and constructed the Hotel Adams, a meeting place for the prominent. The Margarita Place Historic neighborhood was originally intended as an exclusive development and residential suburb in the most ideal location in the city according to an ad in the 1927 Arizona Republic.
Indeed, it was at that time just a residential suburb of the city of Phoenix and was platted as a subdivision in 1927.
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